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    Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    who will be the first to say they spotted a hidden Oswald at DL, I think I saw one on the POTC, and another one in HM

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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    I think that would be you to be the first...
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by tahoebob54
    who will be the first to say they spotted a hidden Oswald at DL, I think I saw one on the POTC, and another one in HM
    Any specific places in the rides you can tell us?

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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by tahoebob54
    who will be the first to say they spotted a hidden Oswald at DL
    The real question should be "Who will be the first one to post a photo of a hidden Oswald at DL?"
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    The REAL question is: When will Disney publicly acknowledge Oswald in the Parks?
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Nah, the REAL question is: Is there a reason why we care about Oswald all the sudden?
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland
    Nah, the REAL question is: Is there a reason why we care about Oswald all the sudden?
    The reason we care is because Oswald was Walt Disney's original character that was STOLEN from him in the 1920's. It's a big deal finally getting him back in the Disney fold. I am sorry that Walt Disney didn't live to see the day that Oswald returned.
    More importantly, I am truly impressed that Robert Iger would consider Oswald an important enough piece of Disney history to consider forfeiting money in order to bring Oswald back to Disney. That alone, says VOLUMES about Robert Iger to me. He may not be a huge Disney history buff, but he obviously get's the importance of Disney history and it's impact on "The Faithful"
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    So, how is he back? Did they buy him back or resteal him or what? i knew who oswald was and I know he's important but I didn't know he was stolen and is "back."
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    I want a plush Oswald. Maybe dressed for Valentines day. Or, perhaps dressed as Abe Lincoln for Pres. day.

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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Circarama
    The reason we care is because Oswald was Walt Disney's original character that was STOLEN from him in the 1920's.
    Oswald wasn't exactly stolen from Walt - more like Walt was tricked into giving away Oswald.
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by ttztotdca50
    Oswald wasn't exactly stolen from Walt - more like Walt was tricked into giving away Oswald.
    No, he was stolen. Oswald was Walt's creation. It was stoleen from him when he was fired and told his creation would no longer would be his.
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverNeverland
    So, how is he back? Did they buy him back or resteal him or what? i knew who oswald was and I know he's important but I didn't know he was stolen and is "back."
    Oswald was part of the ESPN/Al Micheals/Monday Night Football deal.
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by Malcon10t
    No, he was stolen. Oswald was Walt's creation. It was stoleen from him when he was fired and told his creation would no longer would be his.
    This is true PLUS Walt lost many of his animators around the same time. He had to start over from scratch, and that's when Mickey was born. Funny how you never hear about the guy who stole him....what was his name?

    (The word for the day is "irony.")

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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Quote Originally Posted by localdisnyfan
    Funny how you never hear about the guy who stole him....what was his name?
    Charles Mintz-What a scumbag. He later lost Oswald to Universal, and got what he deserved...KARMA!
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    Re: Hidden Oswald at Disneyland

    Can someone post a picture please?


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